difficult for a candidate. >> dom, i want to go to immigration, because it's something i think, you know, you saw marco rubio sort of go -- say, we need to do this, i'm going to be in the center of it, get it through the senate, now kind of in the house. we don't expect much to happen till the end of the year. rubio's numbers, they didn't collapse, but they took a hit among republicans. what do you make of that? is that sort of negative message for other republican establishment, guys wanting to step out? >> i think that, you know, you certainly have these two wings of the party that are still, you know, they hadn't figured it out yet. you know, you have the chris christie establishment quote/unquote new hampshire types versus the iowa, rick santorum, ted cruz types. that always winds up working itself out in these primaries. probably if you talk about grassroots support and energy, you would have thought mitt romney would be the nominee. he had all the rest in place. he had new hampshire.